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2010 Historic Preservation Awards

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Historic Preservation Office and NJ Historic Sites Council are pleased to announce the 20th Annual Historic Preservation Awards recognizing the efforts of individuals, organizations and government agencies to preserve the State's valuable resources.

In celebration of Historic Preservation Month, the 2010 Awards Ceremony was held on May 25, 2010 at 3PM in Committee Room 16 on the 4th floor of the State House Annex.

Awards for outstanding "Contributions or Excellence"
were presented to the following:

Thomas Edison Laboratory

West Orange, Essex County

Stewardship: Thomas Edison Laboratory

Recognition goes to: Greg Marshall, Superintendent,Thomas Edison National Historical Park; Richard Southwick, Partner-in-Charge, Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners LLP; Edmund Meade, Partner, Robert Silman Associates, P.C.; Paul Petrilli, Principal, HF Lenz Company; Rick Sobel, Ralph Appelbaum Associates, Inc.; John Keegan, President, Edison Innovation Foundation; Carol Whipple, National Park Service, Denver Service Center.

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Michele Alonso

Newark City, Essex County

Michele Alonso: Advancement and Success of Historic Preservation for the City of Newark, Essex County

Recognition goes to: Michele Alonso,Principal Planner/Acting Historic Preservation Officer.

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Reno Barn, Pidcock Farm

Readington Township, Hunterdon County

Restoration of the Reno Barn, Pidcock Farm, Readington Township, Hunterdon County

Recognition goes to: Elric Endersby, New Jersey Barn Company; Alexander Greenwood, New Jersey Barn Company; Christopher Pickell, Architect; De Sapio Construction; Readington Township.

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Market Fair Security and Trust Building

Camden City, Camden County

Rehabilitation of the Market Fair Security and Trust Building, Camden City, Camden County

Recognition goes to: Ed Martoglio, RPM  Development;  Jeffrey Lewis, Architect, Inglese Architecture; Jak Inglese, Architect, Inglese Architecture; Sam Klein, MaGrann Associates; John Carlton, Landscape Architect, Carlton Design; Olivette Simpson, Director of Housing, Camden Redevelopment Agency.

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John Frederick Peto House and Studio

Island Heights Borough , Ocean County

The Restoration of the John Frederick Peto House & Studio, Island Heights, Island Heights Borough,
Ocean County

Recognition goes to: Historic Building Architects, LLC; Edward N. King, Project Manager; Ulana Zakalak, Zakalak Associates, LLC; Daniel J. Dowd, ASLA, Barreto/Dowd Landscape Architecture/Site Planning; Robert Frizell Builders, General Contractor.

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1790 Thomas Ludlam Jr. House

South Dennis, Cape May County

Restoration of the ca. 1790 Thomas Ludlam Jr. House, South Dennis, Cape May County

Recognition goes to: George Masselos; Joan Berkey and Scott Smith; Dan Clark, Electrician.

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Masonic Temple for New Offices of Clarke Caton Hintz

Trenton City, Mercer County

Rehabilitation of the Masonic Temple for
the New Offices of Clarke Caton Hintz, Trenton, Mercer County

Recognition goes to: Grand Lodge of New Jersey; John D.S. Hatch, AIA, Clark Caton Hintz; Marlyn Zucosky, IIDA, Clark Caton Hintz; PEM Contractors; John Harrison, President, Harrison-Hamnett; Mark Hershman, President, MP Hershman.

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Bloomfield First Presbyterian Church on the Green

Bloomfield, Essex County

Structural & Architectural Investigation of the Sanctuary Plaster Ceiling, Bloomfield First Presbyterian Church on the Green, Bloomfield, Essex County

Recognition goes to: Bloomfield First Presbyterian Church on the Green; Historic Buildings Architects, LLC; Robert Silman Associates, PC; GB Geotechnics USA, Inc.

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Petty's Run

Trenton, Mercer County

Petty's Run Site Archaeological Explorations Public Outreach, Trenton, Mercer County

Recognition goes to: Al Payne, NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Parks & Forestry; Pasquale Papero, NJ Department of Treasury, Division of Property Management and Construction; Kathleen Crotty, NJ Office of Legislative Services, State Capitol Joint Management Commission; Hank Bishop, Wallace Roberts & Todd, LLC; Hunter Research, Inc. Sam Harris, Sam Harris, Ltd.; John Carr, Milner + Carr Conservation; Steve Spaulding, S.L. Spaulding & Company.

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